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The liquid vinyl specialty material.


The liquid vinyl ​specialty material.

Many everyday products require durability, functionality, and high-performance characteristics. Manufacturers often need versatile physical and resistance properties for molding or coating a variety of products.

PLASTISOL is a liquid form of vinyl that is cured by heat to form a solid end product. Properly cured PLASTISOL can offer a wide variety of physical properties & attributes, all depending on the formulation.

How does it work?

PLASTISOL is a liquid dispersion of PVC resin in a plasticizer. It is formulated based upon processing parameters, end-use applications, and desired

product specifications. By utilizing an extensive group of raw material additives, PLASTISOL is an incredibly versatile polymer choice.

Main features

  • Can be custom formulated for a wide variety of market applications and processing methods.
  • Optimized for applications include dip coating, dip molding, rotational molding, slush molding, hot melts, inks, textile coatings, and adhesives.
  • Performs as a protective, functional, and decorative coating for a variety of end products with many types of resistance properties available.
  • Formulated without solvents and low in Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)


Consumer goods and appliances

  • Medical supplies
  • Recreational
  • Toys
  • Hand protection
  • Textiles
  • Tools and hardware

Commercial & Industrial

  • Furniture
  • Adhesives
  • Wall covering
  • Plating
  • Filteration
  • Belting


Color reference chart

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Custom formulations

Talk to your coating expert regarding custom formulations to fit your exact needs.



PLASTISOL can be formulated to be compliant with certain guidelines.

Ask our experts to see what different types of compliance, certification, or accreditation are available for your product.


PPLASTISOL can be tested on demand for various properties.

  • Tensile
  • Tear
  • Elongation
  • Density
  • Gelation Temperature
  • Flame Retardancy
  • Fineness of Grind
  • Gloss
  • Viscosity
  • Dielectric Strength
  • Hardness
  • Bond Strength
  • Heat Ageing
  • Phthalates